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to get your car dyno tuned, you will need a wideband O2 sensor to actually fine tune it properly. Usually when the shop dyno tune the car, they will street tune it first then toss it on the dyno to tune it some more. the reason why people dyno tune it is so they can safely tune their car without being on the road endangering people.

My friend and I are planning to get his IS 300 dyno tuned after we street tune his car. Though we need to find a decent shop that knows how to deal with the Greddy E-manage and a turbo charged IS. I don't know how our car would do getting dyno tuned, while we are N/A and with out real good engine management.
 
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